Use this page to create an XML feed that can be used by developers.

Apply your desired filters then click on the RSS icon in the top right of the page to access the resulting feed.

Note: All filters other than "Content type" are applied with an OR as opposed to an AND. For example, checking "Resource" and "In the Community" under "Content type", "Basic Computing" under "Topic", and "Educator" under "Audience" results in a statement like "Show me all content of content type resource OR in the community AND tagged with basic computing OR educator."

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Cuida Tu Salud Con Servicios En Línea

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Club Digital

Obtén información sobre el seguro médico en internet. El seguro médico te protege contra los costos médicos altos y lo ofrecen las compañías de seguros médicos. La mayoría recibe su seguro médico de su empleador. Esta lección te presentará los recursos sobre seguro médico disponibles en internet.

Intermediate, Learner, Health, Tutorials, Video
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Goza Tu Deporte Favorito En Línea

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Club Digital

Recursos para deportes en internet. Si eres aficionado a los deportes, internet es el mejor lugar donde puedes estar. Puedes consultar resultados, participar en foros, seguir a tus atletas preferidos en las redes sociales y mantenerte informado sobre los datos y estadísticas más recientes de los jugadores.

Intermediate, Communicating on the Web, Learner, Tutorials, Internet, Video
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Accede A Internet Desde Cualquier Lugar

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Club Digital

Acceso móvil a Internet. La tecnología de internet móvil no es del todo nueva pero sí se ha vuelto más disponible con nuevas tecnologías y teléfonos inteligentes. Te permite conectarte a la red desde casi cualquier lugar con cobertura.

Using a Computer or Mobile Device, Intermediate, Learner, Tutorials, Internet, Video
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Ahorra Usando Internet

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Club Digital

Economiza con ayuda digital. Reducir en lo posible los gastos cotidianos con ayuda de servicios e información en línea es una posibilidad real, sobre todo si ya cuentas con una PC con conexión a internet de banda ancha y cámara web.

Intermediate, Learner, Financial Literacy, Tutorials, Internet, Video
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Online Networking

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ISEEK

Social and career networking sites are the latest tool for job seekers and employers. Learn which networking sites are most common. Also, learn how to best use them for your job search.

Find a Job, Social Media, Tutorials, Workforce, Workforce/Job Skills
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Make Resume Keywords Work For You

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ISEEK

Keywords are a critical part of writing a good resume. Companies use application tracking software to review resumes and online applications. This content page describes how to find and use keywords for writing resumes.

Create a Resume, Tutorials, Workforce, Online Job Search, Workforce/Job Skills
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Minnesota Green Careers

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ISEEK

The Minnesota Green Careers website is for job seekers and career explorers who want information about green careers in Minnesota. The website includes green career profiles, green career pathway tools, green education options, and tips on finding green employers and jobs in Minnesota.

This website is an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funded project through the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. Developed jointly by iSeek Solutions, which also operates ISEEK, Minnesota's comprehensive career, education, and job resource, and Minnesta Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Intermediate, Workforce, Online Job Search, Workforce/Job Skills
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Job Seekers Guide

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ISEEK

Provides a step-by-step career planning model. Each step has resources, assessments, or data to help entry-level workers of all ages. Written at 6th grade reading level. Includes a website, print guide, and curriculum. Produced by Jewish Family and Children's Service of Minneapolis and iSeek Solutions as part of a national collaboration of the International Association of Jewish Vocational Services, with funding provided through the U.S. Department of Labor.

Career Exploration, Intermediate, Tutorials, Workforce, Workforce/Job Skills
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Using a Mouse

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Broadband Access Project (BAP)

Learn how to use a mouse.

Basic Computing, Beginner, Using a Computer or Mobile Device, Computer Basics, Tutorials
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Free Online Typing Course

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GoodTyping.com

This typing course will guide you step-by-step from the beginning. You will be typing quickly and accurately, without looking at the keys, in just a few hours.

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Basic Computing, Using a Computer or Mobile Device, Computer Basics, Intermediate, Tutorials
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Finding Good Information on the Internet

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Broadband Access Project (BAP)

Since anybody can post information on the Internet, it is important to check information for truthfulness and accuracy. Watch the video to learn the ABC's of website evaluation, and then print out the information below for a take-home handout!

Beginner, Internet Basics, Using the Internet, Video, Content Evaluation
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Sense-Lang.org

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Sense-Lang.org

Since 2001 this site has provided a free, very unique and user-friendly learning method proven to help each and every person learn, practice, and improve your typing speed and accuracy.
The site has been adopted by many schools worldwide as a leading learning method for their students. It can help teachers
» Design a typing program specifically for your students
» Grade students’ tests
» Track students’ progress

Basic Computing, Beginner, Computer Basics, Educator, Intermediate, Games, Learner, Lesson Plans and Curriculum, Tutorials
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Military to Civilian Occupation Translator

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U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

The Military to Civilian Occupation Translator helps service members match military skills and experience to civilian occupations.

Intermediate, Veteran, Online Job Search, Workforce/Job Skills
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The Edupunks' Guide to a DIY Credential

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Anya Kamenetz

The book provides information on how to learn online and chart a personalized path to an affordable credential using the latest innovative tools and organizations. It contains real-life stories and hands-on advice for today's students going back to school, working, transferring colleges, or pursuing lifelong learning goals. The book contains a series of tutorials including: How to Write a Personal Learning Plan, How to Teach Yourself Online, How to Build Your Personal Learning Network, How to Find a Mentor, How to Get a Credential, How To Demonstrate Value to a Network.

Advanced, Learner, Tutorials, Workforce/Job Skills
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Build Your Military-to-Civilian Resume

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U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

Provides tips and keys to success for service members to write their resume.

Intermediate, Veteran, Tutorials, Workforce/Job Skills
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Translate Military Skills to Civilian Careers

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U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

This tool is designed to help turn military service in to a civilian career by finding equivalent civilian occupations, exploring educational opportunities, learning from veterans with particular specialties, applying for jobs, and identifying civilian terminology for resumes.

Intermediate, Veteran, Online Job Search, Workforce/Job Skills
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Hiring a Veteran

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U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

Provides tips and information on hiring veterans including where to go to recruit veterans and where to post jobs for veterans.

Intermediate, Businesses and Employers, Veteran, Tutorials, Workforce, Workforce/Job Skills
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The Veterans Guide to Applying for Federal Jobs

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Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP)

This tutorial provides instructions for USAJobs, VetSuccess and Vacancy Announcement Board websites. It also includes information on locating and reviewing vacancy announcements, creating and submitting a résumé, and tracking application status.

Intermediate, Veteran, Tutorials, Online Job Search, Workforce/Job Skills
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National Assessment of Adult Literacy Key Findings

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U.S. Department of Education (ED)

The National Center for Education Statistics is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education in the U.S. and other nations. The National Assessments of Adult Literacy (NAAL) provides nationally representative and a continuing assessment of English language literacy skills of American adults. NAAL seeks to: describe the status of adult literacy in the U.S.; report on national trends; and identify relationships between literacy and selected characteristics of adults. This resource contains the key findings of the adult literacy assessment conducted in 2003.

Educator, Intermediate, Study/Report, Literacy
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Searching the Web

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Vermont Council on Rural Development

Learn the basics of Web searching and how to find information online.

Beginner, Internet Basics, Using the Internet, Learner, Web Searching, Video